We add new printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent additions to the site.

(added July 20, 2016)

Complete the mixed-up addition table by writing sums in the empty squares.

(added July 19, 2016)

This page has four mini charts that you can cut apart and give to students.

(added July 19, 2016)

This version of the adding table has a blue bear at the top of the page.

(added July 19, 2016)

Here's another version of the addition table. This one has a pink bear graphic at the top.

(added July 19, 2016)

Anna is worried Kitty will miss the 4th of July parade! Will Kitty show up in time to watch the fun?

(added July 15, 2016)

Learn all about direct objects, indirect objects, and objects of the preposition with this advanced grammar worksheet. Determine whether the underlined object is a direct object, indirect object, or object of the preposition. An answer key is included.

(added July 14, 2016)

Discover the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs in this worksheet. Determine whether the verb in each sentence is transitive or intransitive. This is an awesome printable grammar worksheet for an advanced grammar lesson.

(added July 14, 2016)

Identify the direct object and indirect object in each sentence. This grammar worksheet will help your students determine the difference between direct objects and indirect objects. Use this printable activity to go along with an advanced grammar lesson.

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(added July 14, 2016)

Learn about indirect objects with this printable grammar activity. Underline the indirect object in each sentence. This worksheet would make a great addition to an advanced grammar lesson.

(added July 14, 2016)

Determine whether the underlined word is a direct object or a complement. Circle the verb in each sentence. This printable worksheet is an excellent advanced grammar activity to introduce direct objects and complements.

(added July 14, 2016)

Learn all about prepositional phrases and indirect objects. Rewrite each sentence, changing the underlined indirect object into a prepositional phrase. This is a wonderful advanced grammar worksheet!

(added July 11, 2016)

Learn all about one of the animals that symbolizes the United States of America: the American Bison! Discover the differences between bison and buffalo, and find out what makes the American Bison unique. Comprehension questions are included.

(added July 8, 2016)

Alphabetize the wintery words. (example: hat, coat, mittens, boots)

(added July 8, 2016)

Place each set of winter words in alphabetical order. This version has several words in each set that begin with the same letter.

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(added July 6, 2016)

Learn all about direct objects in this activity. Identify the direct object in each sentence. An answer key is included.

(added July 6, 2016)

Learn all about transitive verbs and direct objects in this worksheet. Identify the transitive verbs and direct object in each sentence.

(added June 27, 2016)

Calculate the range for each set of numbers. Includes negative integers and exponents.

(added June 27, 2016)

Ian can't find his orange anywhere! Can Ian's dad and his dog, Sir Wags-a-Lot, help Ian find his lost orange?

(added June 27, 2016)

Find the medians of the sets of numbers. Many sets have two numbers in the middle, and students are required to find the mean of them.

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(added June 17, 2016)

How do bees travel to school in the morning? To find the answer to this riddle, students will have to solve 3-digit addition and subtraction problems. Then match the letters at the bottom of the page with the answers.

(added June 17, 2016)

What did the duck eat for lunch? Solve the 4-digit addition and subtraction problems and match the letters with the answers to find out.

(added June 17, 2016)

Add and subtract 5-digit numbers. Find the answer to all problems to solve the riddle: What should you do when you see a blue elephant?

(added June 17, 2016)

Round each number to the nearest tenth. Then color according to the instructions.

(added June 17, 2016)

This page has several different types of questions on rounding money amounts to the nearest dollar.

(added June 17, 2016)

Part 1: Round to the nearest hundred. Part 2: Bubble numbers. Part 3: Web. Part 4: True and false.

(added June 17, 2016)

Part 1: Round double-digit numbers to the nearest ten. Part 2: Star numbers. Part 3: Write four numbers on the web that round to 20. Part 4: True and False.

(added June 17, 2016)

Part 1: Round the numbers to the nearest thousand. Part 2: Strawberry numbers. Part 3: Add four numbers to the web that round to 8,000. Part 4: True or false.

(added June 15, 2016)

Identify, name decimals, and write numbers in decimal notation. Includes tenths and hundredths.

(added June 15, 2016)

Print and cut out these adorable "Hope Your Summer Rocks!" labels and attach them to Pop Rocks candy for each of your students. This makes an awesome end-of-the-year gift!

(added June 14, 2016)

Have you ever heard of the pink fairy armadillo? Learn all about this miniature armadillo! This article includes short answer and multiple choice questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.

(added June 14, 2016)

Learn all about the natural disaster, tsunamis, and find out what causes them. This article includes a basic introduction to tectonic plates. Includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.

(added June 9, 2016)

This file has 30 task cards that you can cut apart. Use them for classroom scavenger hunts, learning centers, exit slips, or peer help sessions.

(added June 9, 2016)

Did you know that lions are the only wild cats to live in cooperative groups, called prides? Learn this, and other interesting facts, about lions in this reading comprehension article. Includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.

(added June 7, 2016)

On these task cards, students will use their protractor to measure angles. File includes 30 cards and an answer page.

(added June 3, 2016)

Why did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize? Solve basic algebraic equations to find out. (example: 27+x=39)

(added June 3, 2016)

Why did the elephant quit his job at the circus? To find out the answer to this silly riddle, students must round numbers to tens, hundreds, and thousands.

(added June 1, 2016)

What has 13 hearts, but no other organs? To find out, add and subtract positive and negative integers.

(added June 1, 2016)

What's a twip? To find out the answer to the funny riddle, answer 33 basic multiplication facts. Then match the products to the letters in the puzzle.

(added May 31, 2016)

Why did the bird get in trouble at school? For this one, kids will round money amounts to the nearest dollar.

(added May 31, 2016)

Why do sharks swim only in salt water? To see the solution to the riddle, find the missing dividend for each basic multiplication fact.

(added May 31, 2016)

Why are there fences around graveyards? To discover the answer to this math riddle, students will answer a series of mental math addition problems. Addends are multiples of 10, 100, or 1,000. (example: 4,000+2,000)

(added May 27, 2016)

Have you ever heard of the blue-tongued skink? This unusual Australian animal is surprisingly gentle and can even regrow its own tail! Find out more about this amazing reptile in this reading comprehension article. Worksheet includes multiple choice questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.

(added May 26, 2016)

These tags can be tied onto plastic sunglasses. They say, "You have a bright future ahead of you!"

(added May 26, 2016)

These tags can be attached to frisbees. They read, "This school year really flew by!"

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